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What does pus cells, bacilli and undigested particles in stools indicate ?

Hi my name is Ananth, i have a problem with my bowl movement since 3 months stool is muddy and it doesn t forms properly..last month i have underwent endoscopy and results are negative... yesterday i had Complete stool test where puss cells are found along with bacilli with un digested partials have been it Ok...
Asked On : Sun, 1 Apr 2012
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hi ananth,

your problem is the defect in digestion only most probably your stool may sink in water and with foul smelled one

you no need to worry for that

it can succeffully treated with ayurvedic medications

first you improve your digestive power with buttermilk itself

1. take minimum 1 litter of plane buttermile which is prepared in home and treated with ginger,black pepper powder,ela powder,turmeric powder,curry leaves paste

take for 3 days tyou will find difference

if you want more details then write to me

thank you

Answered: Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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